Colin P. Davies
Episode 383 of Beam Me Up. This is of course the Saturday just before All Hallow’s Eve, so I break out my favorite Halloween story Colin P. Davies’ Happy Halloween which has the great narration talents of Crystal Wizard. CW does all the music mixing as well as narration. I am sure you will enjoy this time tested tale.
But first after my opening comments I start with part 2 of Van Hall’s story What Makes a Thirsty God on Fallon’s Planet.
After the opening tale I find a few moments to talk about Star Trek as I do some Star Trek Trivia. This week one of my favorites “The City on the Edge of Forever” with guest Joan Collins. Oh the ending line of that story…If you can not recall the episode, see if you can find the video…it is top notch Star Trek.
Then before the end of the show story, I spend a few moments in the blog. Courtney popped in for a few moments just to talk and we get on to some comets that have flown into the sun recently. Really exciting to know that others are finding this stuff interesting. Then from the blog, one of the most ancient galaxies yet to date! It is so old it sounds impossible! And one of the most compact planetary systems ever!
Then of course Happy Halloween!
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Welcome to Beam me up episode 382.
Fairly cut and dry episode this week due in part to a scarcity of news in general, but I make it up in stories.
After a brief intro I play part one of Van Hall’s “What makes a thirsty god on Fallon’s Planet.
This week I again have enough time to read about or impart some Star Trek trivia, this week “The Arena”
Next I take a trip over to the Beam Me Up Blog first on the agenda is a new ancestor to and inbred with many of early men. Plus Superman has celebrated 75 years of animation.
Then it is the last story for the day. Doug Hilton’s Traitor Sol
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After a short intro I pay my respects to Scott Carpenter who succumbed to complications from an earlier stroke.
My first story of the afternoon was David Scholes’ Trathh Battleground Earth Which has everything that a Dave Scholes – Trathh fan could ask.
Just Can’t leave that Star Trek Trivia book alone. This week some fun facts about the star trek episode Shore Leave.
Fusion done in the lab is nothing new, but what has now taken place is another thing all together.
Finally the conclusion to Dean Giles’ D.A.V.E.
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So, sorry for the delay. But I wanted to make sure that I gave everyone enough time to make sure that everything is right. Then you know me….got an opinion on anything. Shutting down the government left me cold. Look at all the major scientific work that just had to be put on hold….some of it irreplaceable.
The first story for this week is episode 8 of Erin Bassett’s Clockwork, expect your fair share of weirdness in this episode.
Next I spend a moment reviewing the newest Star Trek movie Into the Darkness. Very interesting movie and some very interesting topics to talk about.
And to finish the afternoon off, part 4 of Dean Giles, and yes the warning is in place for this episode as well.
Thanks for listening!
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